James Batman is a 1966 film from the Philippines. Batman, Robin, and James Bond join forces to battle a super villain holding the world for ransom with a nuclear weapon. It stars the famous comedian Dolphy (Rodolfo Vera Quizon) as both James Bond and Batman. Dolphy's Bond wears a hideous ill-fitting checked sport coat and a cheap hat. Batman's costume is reasonably accurate, except for a striped cape and a weird symbol on his chest in place of the usual bat. The Boy Wonder's costume looks like it was purchased at a Halloween costume shop. There is lots of fighting, swimsuit-clad Filipinas, and a suitably silly and low-budget looking super villain's lair. While this film was in theaters Dolphy had a gig opening for the Beatles' ill-fated concert in the Philippines. If you like crazy Turkish movies like Kilink Istanbulda you'll love this. It's recommended for lovers of cult movies and psychotronic cinema. There are two versions of the film. One has English subtitles, but has significant audio problems. The second version is a much better copy overall, but lacks subtitles. It's black and white, and in the Tagalog language.